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Windows 2003 Terminal Services

ALL Windows Server OSs have free Terminal Services license for admin purposes (2? 4?).

In order to use these licenses i.e. logged in as admininstrator and using Remote Desktop, does one have to set up terminal server license services on all machines and at least one terminal services server to manage these "free" accounts?

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PWyatt1
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
No, no terminal services licensing is necessary if you're just using the Remote Administration features.
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PWyatt1Author Commented:
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PWyatt1Author Commented:
O.K. Next Question:

I still can't get to the remote server (It happens to be in the same domain). I get the same message.

I figure it might be local GPO settings. Do you happen to know what GPO settings might cause this problem?

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PWyatt1Author Commented:
How do I give you more points for this?
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